Treasure Island

lino john


RAIN


RAIN

Baby flower look to sky
Blackish sky falls as rain
Flower dance I the rhythm of rain
Fragrance of earth fill very high.

Rains again come with thunder
Rate of dance down in fear of thunder
But the flower bathed in happiness
Breathing the wet air, flower cover with leaves

When the rain take its actual strength
Wet flower wants a good shelter
For that beauty flower pray for in gods’ faith
Faith of flower was right and better


Sky changed his dark face
Silent rainbow display nice
Rain wait for another chance
Rainbow colour flowers face

Every one need rain for a little time
Every time rain drops as his time
Nothing can change the we rain
No one can clear it from our gain

As a flower I am waiting for rain
Anything that clear my internal dirt
It may be as a blessing rain
Or my rain is a day of future

Submitted: Saturday, April 19, 2008
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